SS Clan Macmillan
Location
Vessel type
Propulsion
Length
Beam
Depth
Position
Tonnage
Cargo
Date Sunk

Newhaven
Merchant cargo
Steamer
120.7 mtrs
14.6 mtrs
60 mtrs
Upright
4525
In Ballast
23/03/1917
SS Clan Macmillan
History
        
Built  in 1901 by Macmillan & Son Ltd in Dumbarton, Scotland. She was powered by a triple expansion engine. She was sunk by 2 torpedoes fired from a German submarine UB-39, whilst on route from London to Glasgow, all hands where saved  .
Present state
           
Fairly well intact from bows to midships where the wreck becomes broken,. two boilers & the engine stand proud. The stern stands 2mtrs above the seabed and is well silted.
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